Maryam and Sanaullah to ‘lead’ PML-N in Punjab before elections IG News

Maryam and Sanaullah will ‘lead’ the PML-N in Punjab before the elections. Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) leaders Maryam Nawaz and Rana Sanaullah have been tasked to lead rallies and meetings ahead of the upcoming general elections in Punjab.

A meeting between PML-N supremo Nawaz Sharif, senior vice president and chief organizer Maryam and interior minister Sanaullah took place in London today.

During the meeting, the PML-N chief briefed two senior party members on their role in the party’s political efforts in the months leading up to the general elections in the province.

Nawaz entrusted the work related to the politics of Punjab to Sanaullah and also instructed the Home Minister to mobilize party workers in the province for the upcoming elections.

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In the meeting, senior party leaders deliberated on leadership appointments and inter-party elections in Punjab.

Assigning the responsibility to Maryam and Sanaullah, the PML-N supremo said people should be told the “truth” and the “false narrative” of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan should be exposed.

Federal ministers are set to return to the country on January 28, the same day as Mary. Information Minister Maryam Aurangzeb said that there has been a change in the plans for Maryam’s return.

He wrote on Twitter, ‘There has been a change in the return time of Maryam Nawaz, Senior Vice President and Chief Organizer of Pakistan Muslim League (N). Maryam Nawaz Sahiba will now reach Lahore on Saturday, January 28 at 3:50 pm.

Maryam has been in London since October last year to spend time with her father PML-N supremo Nawaz Sharif.

Earlier, speaking to reporters in London, Sanaullah expressed hope that the PML-N supremo would soon visit the country and chair the party’s parliamentary board to finalize candidates for the election.

He also hinted at his possible resignation to help the PML-N’s campaign efforts. He suggested, “Some senior leaders of the party, including me, should resign to run the election campaign with Nawaz Sharif,” as general elections in Pakistan’s largest provinces are expected within 90 days.

Elections are due in the province within the next three months after former chief minister Pervaiz Elahi dissolved the assembly on Khan’s instructions.

As a result of the dissolution, Moshin Naqvi has been appointed by the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) as caretaker chief minister for 90 days until elections are held – as the then government and the opposition could not reach a consensus. Appointment.

However, the PTI has rejected his appointment and has vowed to challenge the appointment in courts and lead rallies against Naqvi and the Pakistan Democratic Movement-led (PDM) government at the Centre.


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